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Roskhill House, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye

Roskhill House
Roskhill
Dunvegan
Isle of Skye

IV55 8ZD | View map

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Built in 1890, Roskhill House offers Four-Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation, situated in a peaceful setting on the beautiful north west coast of Skye. The lounge, once the village Post Office and general store, has traditional exposed stone walls, wooden-beamed ceiling and an open log fire for those cooler evenings. Free wireless Internet access and an iPod dock are available.

We offer Four Star Bed & Breakfast accommodation in our family-run home. All of our 5 double-sized bedrooms can sleep two people and have en-suite bath/shower. All rooms come supplied with hairdryers and tea & coffee making facilities.

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Ratings/Awards: STB / AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: £30 - £37
Twin: £30 - £37
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